This property is a 4 story, 38,000 sq ft residential loft building with 19 units ranging between 1239 sqft ? 2934 sqft!
Formerly the historic W.W. Debevoise Candy Factory, 163 Carlton was converted into residential lofts back in 1998 and acquired by the current owner in 2003. These lofts are spacious, unique, and highly sought featuring original details such as exposed beams, brick, large windows, high ceilings and hardwood floors.
Some of the units have been renovated over the years with new kitchens, bathrooms, recessed lighting, and Split AC units.
The building features an elevator, garbage chutes and a shared laundry room (select units have washer dryer in unit).
163 Carlton Avenue is conveniently located around the block from Fort Greene Park and near all major trains R,Q, N, B, D, W at Dekalb/ 2,3,4,5 at Nevins or the G at Clinton Washington.
This property offers opportunity for possible condo conversion or keep the building as is.
11 of the 19 units are free market. There are 8 units that are rent stabilized due to a J-51 which expired a few years ago. The RS units will be deregulated once the current tenants move out.
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Gross Income $1,030,618.00
Building size 100X95
Lot size 100X100
FAR As Built 3.8/Max FAR 4
Conveniently situated just north of the beautiful and lush Prospect Park, Fort Greene is rich with history. Representative of an aesthetic that Brooklyn is often associated with--the brownstone and row house architecture being an institution of the community--Fort Greene is decidedly singular in visual style. As part of the National Register of Historic Places, this South Brooklyn neighborhood offers unique charm and plenty of character.
Beginning with its early military-oriented inception (the territory was central to the Battle of Long Island), Fort Greene has always been recognized for its spaciousness and a sense of openness. Filled with nature and greenery, it is also home to its very own eponymously named park in addition to being in close proximity to Brooklyn’s largest recreational area, Prospect Park (containing the beloved Prospect Park Zoo within it).
Many residents come from different socioeconomic backgrounds and commute to their workplaces in Manhattan, while keeping Fort Greene as their separate haven. The diversity of the area has proven to be one of the few examples of a Brooklyn neighborhood maintaining its roots in part thanks to its protected status.